Henry Sagan correspondence regarding Rainer Maria Rilke papers, 1957-1959. (Book, 1957) [WorldCat.org]
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Henry Sagan correspondence regarding Rainer Maria Rilke papers, 1957-1959.

Author: Henry Sagan; Raimund Thurn und Taxis; Ludwig Thurn und Taxis; Deutsche Schillergesellschaft,; Schiller-Nationalmuseum,
Edition/Format:   Manuscript : Letter   Archival Material : German
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Consists of 24 autograph manuscript and typescript letters between Henry Sagan and the brothers Raimund and Ludwig Thurn und Taxis, among others, regarding Sagan's collection of Rilke papers. Also includes typescript inventories of Sagan's collections as received by Ludwig Thurn und Taxis, as well as bank and postage receipts.
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Named Person: Henry Sagan; Rainer Maria Rilke; Rainer Maria Rilke
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Sagan; Raimund Thurn und Taxis; Ludwig Thurn und Taxis; Deutsche Schillergesellschaft,; Schiller-Nationalmuseum,
OCLC Number: 612863905
Language Note: In German and English.
Description: .3 linear feet (1 box)

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Consists of 24 autograph manuscript and typescript letters between Henry Sagan and the brothers Raimund and Ludwig Thurn und Taxis, among others, regarding Sagan's collection of Rilke papers. Also includes typescript inventories of Sagan's collections as received by Ludwig Thurn und Taxis, as well as bank and postage receipts.

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